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Edward Gay (1837-1928).
Edward Gay (1837–1928) was an Irish-American artist who specialized in landscape paintings. He was active in Mt. Vernon, New York and Cragsmoor, New York. The 1848 Irish potato famine forced his family to move to America, when he was 11 years old. Gay trained in Albany on the advice of James Hart, his brother William Hart, and George Henry Boughton, artists who recognized Gay's talent while he was still a child.
Edward Gay was an Irish-American artist born in Dublin who specialized in landscape paintings. Edward Gay has been listed as a notable painter by Marquis Who's Who. Membership
Edward Gay was an Irish-American artist born in Dublin who specialized in landscape paintings. Son of Richard and Ellen (Kilduff) Gay. Education. Came to the United States, 1848. Membership. Gay was a member of the New York Artists Fund Society, National Academy of Design, and the Lotos Club. Married Martha Fearey, of Bedford, England, 1864. Father: Richard Gay. Mother: Ellen (Kilduff) Gay.
Edward Gay (1837-1928) A Walk in Winter, 1862 Oil on canvas 12 1/8 x 16 inches Signed and dated 1862, lower right EDWARD GAY (1837-1928) Born near Mullinger, County Westmeath, Ireland, Edward Gay was a highly successful landscape painter
Edward Gay (1837-1928) A Walk in Winter, 1862 Oil on canvas 12 1/8 x 16 inches Signed and dated 1862, lower right EDWARD GAY (1837-1928) Born near Mullinger, County Westmeath, Ireland, Edward Gay was a highly successful landscape painter. At the age of eleven, during the Irish potato famine of the 1840s, he left Ireland, accompanying his family to Albany, New York. As a young man, Gay gained the friendship of the well-known landscape painter, James MacDougal Hart, and joined Hart and fellow artists on sketching trips to Lake George
Published 1973 by Vantage Press in New York. Edward Gay (1837-1928).
Published 1973 by Vantage Press in New York. Includes bibliographical references. 75. 3, B. Library of Congress.
Edward Gay (1837-1928) was an Irish-born American painter. Media in category "Edward Gay (artist)". The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total. Edward Gay. Irish American Landscape artist. 25 April 1837 Dublin. Country of citizenship. Broad Acres MET ap87. jpg 2,784 1,822; . 9 MB. Edward Gay - Hillside - 1909. 25 - Smithsonian American Art Museum. jpg 1,400 1,079; 287 KB. Edward Gay Artist at easel. jpg 3,137 1,971; 989 KB. 'Beach Scene' by Edward B. Gay, 1924. jpg 800 638; 114 KB. 'South Carolina Landscape' by Edward B. Ga. pg 1,100 981; 187 KB.
Edward B. Gay was active/lived in New York, Ireland. Edward Gay is known for landscape, rural life, still-life and mural painting. Coker, Richard G. Portrait of an American Painter Edward Gay 1837-1928. Exhibition Record 1861-1900, National Academy of Design (Two Volumes Set) (Exhibition catalog).
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